Nightly v9, have u already tried it?

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  1. sweater

    sweater Registered Member

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    As of now I am just using Mozilla Nightly 7. It runs flawlessly fast in my system. ;)

    Just wondering if any of you here are already using Nightly v9 without problem. Coz I know that this is for testing only purposes builds. :rolleyes: o_O

    http://nightly.mozilla.org/
     
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    I used it for more than a week and experienced no crash or issues
     
  3. HealingStargate

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    Yes, using 'nightly' with no problems.
    I do prefer OPERA however, but keep a few other browsers available.
    KOR-
     
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    I have the 64-bit version installed in Arch Linux and Windows 7. Both run fine, although I have not used it much in Arch Linux.
     
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    Any noticeable performance improvements specially on surfing speed...whatever? :oops: o_O .... coz if there's none, then, I'll just continue on using my Nightly v7.
     
  7. Hungry Man

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    I gave it a try. It's alright in terms of performance and even stability but it's not like they've made the serious changes they need to for it to replace Chrome or even IE9.
     
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    I'm not even up to date on Aurora, lol. I got sick of downloading a new update every day. So no, I have tried it.

    @Hungryman: You're right, the stability and performance is there, but if I know you well enough now, the kind of changes you're wanting probably are a long way down the pipe, if ever.
     
  9. Hungry Man

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    Yes, they do have an open project for splitting Firefox tabs etc into multiple processes but only for stability/ performance and not for security, which they've only noted as "maybe sometime down the line we'll look at this."
     
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    Why r u on nightly seven when beta of seven is out for so long...and wait a day or two..7 final is on the way
     
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    i use aurora myself just because of a few past issues with nightly. but for the most part nightly was not bad just a few bugs i saw here and there. aurora for sure is better and usually more stable its at version 8.02 now
     
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